Sun, Mar 13, 2005

Paul Jacob | March 13, 2005

In this time of mindless speculation about 2008's presidential candidates, I remain untroubled by the fact that no one has mentioned my name.

Sat, Mar 12, 2005

Caroline Glick | March 12, 2005

Common wisdom has it that until Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah launched Tuesday's pro-Syrian demonstration in Beirut, his terror organization had been more or less on the fence regarding its position on Syria's occupation of Lebanon.

Doug Giles | March 12, 2005

If Christians would toughen up a bit, get out of the religious closet, follow their faith instead of their fears, and live their beliefs in a more robust way...

Kathleen Parker | March 12, 2005

As holidays go, March 10th doesn't have the familiar ring of, say, July 4th or December 25th or even March 17th. But a holiday it is - of sorts.

Robert Novak | March 12, 2005

Nationally prominent Republicans are talking to each other about the possibility of getting Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to accept the vice-presidential nomination in 2008 since he has ruled out running for president that year.

Fri, Mar 11, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 11, 2005

Ordinarily, the retirement of a TV newsman would be something to be more or less passed over in silence by friend and foe alike.

Brent Bozell | March 11, 2005

Surely parents can do better than turn out children whose major goal in life is to be on television and become a star.

Mike Adams | March 11, 2005

Recently, pro-life activist Camille De Blasi wrote a letter accusing me of irresponsible journalism.

Jonah Goldberg | March 11, 2005

In a perfect world, Dan Rather would have left his CBS News studio, and with his crowd of well-wishers and supporters in tow, walked up to the roof of CBS headquarters to board a helicopter to whisk him away from the national stage.

David Limbaugh | March 11, 2005

President Bush is poised and determined to implement an ambitious domestic agenda in his second term. The question is whether his party will let him wither on the vine.

Mona Charen | March 11, 2005

There was a time when "fear of God" meant piety, or at least conscience. Today, it more accurately describes the worldview of secular liberals who get itchy and twitchy at any reminder of our religious roots as a nation.

Oliver North | March 11, 2005

Dear John, Congratulations on the new gig as the president's top dog (Rottweiler?) at the United Nations.

Rebecca Hagelin | March 11, 2005

The bottom line is, just like the parents who gleefully sent their kids to sleepovers at Neverland and never bothered to ask too many questions, most parents would rather ignore what their kids are doing online. The mindset is the same.

Jacob Sullum | March 11, 2005

Yet the main principle served by McCain's crusade for campaign finance 'reform' has been the principle of incumbent protection, the same goal that motivates hack politicians who kowtow to special interests.

Rich Tucker | March 11, 2005

In the Charlie Brown Christmas special, Lucy says, 'As they say on TV, the mere fact that you realize you need help indicates that you are not too far gone.' So maybe there?s hope yet for the American left.

Rich Lowry | March 11, 2005

The Social Security debate is headed toward a monumental political irony: It might well be that Republicans offer creative ideas to make the system more 'progressive'.

Larry Kudlow | March 11, 2005

As a free-market disciple, I am compelled to accept the market?s verdict: $55 a barrel. But that doesn?t mean it?s going to last.

Charles Krauthammer | March 11, 2005

It is time to act on precisely that intuition and pass a law that draws that line: no creation for the purpose of destruction.

Chuck Colson | March 11, 2005

Once again, friends of a disabled Florida woman are trying to save her life. Fortunately some of those friends are in Congress.

Thu, Mar 10, 2005

Ann Coulter | March 10, 2005

Liberals have been completely intellectually vanquished. Actually, they lost the war of ideas long ago. It's just that now their defeat is so obvious, even they've noticed. As new DNC Chairman Howard Dean might say, it's all over but the screaming.

Thomas Sowell | March 10, 2005

People who complain about the frivolous lawsuits that have outraged some and ruined others financially need to connect the dots to the present Senate controversy over the confirmation of federal judges.

Larry Elder | March 10, 2005

Where does it say somebody owes you a job? Sure, for most of us, this seems self-evident. But how else do you explain people like CNN's Lou Dobbs?

Cal Thomas | March 10, 2005

President Bush's speech to the National Defense University in Virginia Tuesday was a first-rate definition of what freedom means to the West.

Suzanne Fields | March 10, 2005

A new page has been written in the war between the sexes and it's mean and nasty. Unlike a war between the states, it's a tempest parading as a tsunami.

Emmett Tyrrell | March 10, 2005

Given the deplorable moral condition of the United Nations over the past dozen years, I have longed for the arrival of an American representative of the quality of Pat Moynihan or Jeane Kirkpatrick.

Ross Mackenzie | March 10, 2005

What is happening in the Social Security debate reflects what has happened to the national Democrats.

John McCaslin | March 10, 2005

It was cold cuts, salad and soup for D.C. Mayor Anthony A. Williams and his wife, Diane, after a Kennedy Center performance by the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra in advance of this week's 'blizzard'.

Alan Reynolds | March 10, 2005

The Sarbanes-Oxley law of 2002 was hastily enacted in reaction to the highly publicized bankruptcies of Enron and WorldCom.

Marvin Olasky | March 10, 2005

Baseball needs to put the steroids era behind it by having and enforcing tough rules against all kinds of artificial advantages, so that spring can return.

George Will | March 10, 2005

In contemporary American politics, as in earlier forms of vaudeville, it helps to have had an easy act to follow. Gerald Reynolds certainly did.

Robert Novak | March 10, 2005

Sen. Robert Bennett, the chief deputy majority whip and one of the wisest Republican heads in Washington, has quietly entered the Social Security maelstrom with a thoughtful compromise that puts his party at a crossroads.

Wed, Mar 09, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 09, 2005

One of the big confusions in the impending Senate fight over the confirmation of judicial nominees is that this is an issue about 'liberal' judges versus 'conservative' judges.

Michelle Malkin | March 09, 2005

International furor over Giuliana Sgrena, an Italian communist writer who claims American troops in Iraq may have deliberately shot at her car after she was released by kidnappers, misses the bigger scandal.

Walter E. Williams | March 09, 2005

A fortnight ago, I explained some of the congressional deceit that has become part and parcel of Social Security.

Brent Bozell | March 09, 2005

The Dan Rather era may be over at the 'CBS Evening News,' complete with the self-congratulatory special segments.

Mike Adams | March 09, 2005

I would suggest starting with a rack of deer ribs that can be thrown on the grill the next time you decide to Bar-B-Q some chicken.

Jonah Goldberg | March 09, 2005

Imagine you were asked to protect, uphold and defend the framfra of the United States of America. Or ask yourself, What if you were appointed to faithfully execute the queenestray of the land?

Tony Blankley | March 09, 2005

Partisan politics in Washington this season are getting interesting, as a few Democrats are cautiously beginning to challenge their leadership's strategy of total opposition to major Bush initiatives.

Ben Shapiro | March 09, 2005

The Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and Supporters Alliance (BGLTSA) of Harvard University is fighting mad.

Terry Jeffrey | March 09, 2005

President Bush should accept his resignation, and nominate a replacement who respects the Constitution and actually deserves an unlimited term.

Ed Feulner | March 09, 2005

It?s time for some changes at the Supreme Court. How about forcing all justices to retire at age 70? Even better, let?s dissolve the Court and let the Senate serve as the court of last resort.

Kathleen Parker | March 09, 2005

There was a time not so long ago when a sane person could say, 'Children need a mom and a dad,' and the townspeople would yawn, roll their eyes and wonder why some folks insist on sharing such prosaic insights.

Tue, Mar 08, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 08, 2005

It is painfully ironic that we should be promoting the spread of democracy abroad when democracy is shrinking at home.

Star Parker | March 08, 2005

The NAACP has weighed in on the great Social Security debate. And its predictable stand tells us, yet again, how out of touch this organization is today with the needs of African-Americans.

David Limbaugh | March 08, 2005

In my last column, I discussed the Supreme Court's abominable decision outlawing the death penalty for murderers under the age of 18. I have a few more complaints.

Michael Medved | March 08, 2005

Has suicide become the pop culture flavor of the month?

Matt Towery | March 08, 2005

If politics is a question of balance, then Tillie Fowler was the answer.

Bill Murchison | March 08, 2005

All the gauzy talk of judicial filibusters, "nuclear options," and the like is about to take on flesh and dwell among us.

Joel Mowbray | March 08, 2005

Though President Bush deserves enormous credit for proposing real reform of Social Security, including personal accounts, it is not going to be a grand embodiment of conservatism.

John Leo | March 08, 2005

Dr. No, you have achieved superstar status in a very competitive field--negativity and pessimism. How have you achieved that, Doctor?

Bruce Bartlett | March 08, 2005

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's comments last week before the tax reform commission regarding the desirability of a consumption-based tax system are fueling new interest in the value-added tax (VAT).

Mon, Mar 07, 2005

Michael Barone | March 07, 2005

1933, 1861 and 1789 were all turning points, moments when men mattered.

Mike Adams | March 07, 2005

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I would like to thank the Christian Legal Society (CLS) at Gonzaga University (GU) for hosting my visit.

Cal Thomas | March 07, 2005

Now that Justice Anthony Kennedy has ruled that our moral, ethical, even legal framework in the matter of capital punishment for murderers under 18 is to be determined by 'evolving standards,' let us move on to another application of that flawed philosophy: sex.

Suzanne Fields | March 07, 2005

Insult is powerful. Insult begets both rage and humor and often at the same time.

Debra J. Saunders | March 07, 2005

The goal of the bill was to double the size of the Border Patrol, but if Bush gets his way, there will be but teensy-weensy increases.

Diana West | March 07, 2005

When Paul McCartney, songster of the '60s Revolution, wins one for the zipper at the Super Bowl, it's evidence, or, rather, confirmation of a sea change.

Phyllis Schlafly | March 07, 2005

Despite five weeks of public mea culpas by Harvard President Lawrence Summers, what one Harvard professor called 'a firestorm' continues to percolate on Ivy League campuses and in the national media.

Robert Novak | March 07, 2005

Conservative misgivings about Sen. Arlen Specter's rise this year to become chairman of the Judiciary Committee were validated last week.

George Will | March 07, 2005

Last Tuesday Kennedy played those three roles when, in yet another 5-4 decision, the court declared it unconstitutional to execute persons who murder when under 18.

Armstrong Williams | March 07, 2005

By a 5-4 margin, the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed the death penalty for juvenile criminals as cruel and unusual punishment.

Rich Lowry | March 07, 2005

If the world that Democrats have been living in lately were made into a reality disaster show, it would be called 'When Good News Strikes.'

Larry Kudlow | March 07, 2005

The Ten Commandments should stay right where they are -- in all cases.

Jack Kemp | March 07, 2005

The debate on Social Security and personal accounts is about extending and democratizing our capitalistic system so that every worker can become an owner.

Sun, Mar 06, 2005

Brent Bozell | March 06, 2005

It was a surprise to NBC in 1992 when 'Saturday Night Live' aired pop star Sinead O'Connor ripping up a picture of Pope John Paul II and crying 'Fight the real enemy!'

Paul Jacob | March 06, 2005

The answer, I think, is simple. Bite the bullet. Privatize. To the furthest extent politically feasible. Save our retirements. Save Social Security.